Carson Vents has no interest in supporting Jalan Hurts next year, according to a Sunday morning ESPN Adam Schifter report.
Schifter quoted sources as saying that Wentz was “not happy with the way things are going this year” and that he would not have been here if Jalan Hurts had been a starter in 2021.
Doug Peterson benched the Vents in the third quarter of the Packers game for the Hurks, a second-round pick. Hurtz played enough to earn his first NFL start, winning nine straight games and beating the Saints, who had the NFL’s No. 1 defense.
Hurts is scheduled to start again Sunday in Arizona against the cards. Peterson has not officially announced that Hertz will start the last two games against the Cowboys and Washington, but it is widely believed that Hertz will make those starts.
The Eagles are still in the NFC East title and playoff berth for the fourth year in a row.
Vents signed a four-year $ 128 million contract extension last summer that won’t even kick in until next year.
Although it is not easy to trade Eagles Vents, it is not possible. However, at this time it is not clear how much he is worth in a terrible season and whether he wants to trade the Eagles Vents even after investing so much in him.
The Eagles have yet to make a decision on Wendt’s future in mid – March, and they plan to offer him a $ 10 million bonus.
Ventz became the first former Pro Bowl quarterback in his 20s this year, recording a pass rating below 73 in 25 years.
The Eagles were 3-8-1 at Wentz’s 12 starts, and he was at the NFL in terms of completion percentage, pass rating, yards of effort and interception rate in the quarterbacks where he started at least eight games.
It was a shocking decline for Quarterback, who has thrown 81 touchdowns and 21 interceptions in the previous three seasons and was in MVP racing before a knee injury that ended his season in 2017.
The Eagles could go back to the Ventes in 2021 as a starter or have open competition at training camp. Who the head coach is, depends on how well Hurts plays these last three games and many other factors.
But in the Eagles ’front office Vents can’t take advantage of the fact that he’s issued one of the worst seasons in recent Eagles history in one opening quarter and the final warning.
The last time Wentz spoke to the media was after the Packers’ loss, and he did not comment on what he would get next year, although he said he still believed in himself.
“I know what I can do,” he said. “I know I can play better. I never doubted myself or lost faith in my ability to play.”
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